Summit Semester trains students to live well by worshipping God with their head, heart, and hands.
Summit Semester combines top-tier academic training in a discipleship-focused environment. Semester offers students an extraordinary opportunity for growth and for excellence. Students will be taught to worship God with their head (truth), heart (relationships), and hands (practical living).
Students will learn from some of the nation’s top Christian scholars to help them understand how to think well and Christianly.
Summit Semester staff will help nurture each student’s spiritual formation while forming genuine relationships with fellow classmates.
Students will learn what it looks like to form good habits and live like a Christian in their day-to-day lives.
Sept 3–November 26
This liberal arts educational approach within a thriving Christian community will prepare students for the challenges they will face at the university and throughout life. Students will be motivated to become influential leaders who intentionally and effectively shape their culture for the glory of God and the good of our society.
Why Summit Semester?
Students will live in a retreat environment in the San Juan Mountains of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Over the course of three months, students will be removed from distractions they encounter on a daily basis. This discipline will help students evaluate the culture, themselves, and how they may live out their God-given identities. By taking this time of retreat, students will be more prepared to make a difference in the world as they re-engage upon their graduation from Summit Semester.
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